Child, Teen & Family Therapist Position
Are you ready to love being a therapist again?
You’ve been working as a therapist for a while now, and you’re starting to realize you’re feeling burned out. Your caseload is huge and yet you spend way too much time dealing with time sheets, extraneous assessments, and paperwork. All the administrative pieces that go into your job are cutting into your client time. You became a therapist to help people, so why is there so much extra noise that’s keeping you from what you love to do? Friends have even suggested you quit and start up your own private practice, but that feels like even more overwhelming work that would get in your way.
Compassionate Counseling St. Louis is hiring a part-time therapist who is ready to jump into dedicated anxiety, anger management, and trauma work for kids, teens, and families. Rather than having you deal with all of the dynamics that come with running a business, we want you to be able to focus on your small caseload filled with clients who are a great fit for you.
Fully-licensed preferred. Please send your resume and cover letter, along with a brief introductory video explaining why you’re interested in this position and anxiety work, to Kelsey Torgerson Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line “Anxiety Therapist Interview.”
Licensed or provisionally licensed.
Time requirements will increase as your caseload builds.
Some evening and/or weekend hours required.
$40-60/hour rate negotiated based on experience.
Hours will grow as your caseload does, with an expectation that you will be available at least 10 hours per week.
Please submit an introductory video along with your resume and cover letter! This should be pretty informal.
Videos can be created on Loom, which will generate a link that you can email to me in addition to your cover letter and resume.
In the video, please 1. introduce yourself 2. share past clinical experience and 3. let me know why you’re interested in this position. You’re welcome to include any specific questions you have.